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Current solutionsDepending on the platform (operatings system), the native Evernote application has a different set of features which currently doesn't include handwriting on iOS devices.At the moment the Adonit Jot Script Pen seems to be the most useable pen for handwriting input on an iOS device and is actively supported byEvernotes own PenultimateGoodNotesNoteshelfand a few others... ChallengesThe biggest challenges areAccurate capture of the pentip locationExcellent palm recognition (palm rejection) and the prevention of it interfering with the stylus inputClean and easy interface, but feature rich and customizeableWriting experienceWhat you can do with and how and where you further can use your handwritten notes Features and functions wish list for the perfect appFrom crawling through forums, websites and video posts users are craving for and want an application and hardware with the following featuresFull two way synchronization with EvernoteClean and beautful desgin (currently e.g. Penultimate looks better, but GoodNotes has the better functionality and experience; except it doesn't sync with Evernote)Paper templates like in Penultimate. E.g. Meeting notes, music sheets (needs to support interactive features... see next point)Handwritten notes that support the Evernote feature of checklists, create reminders and additionally calendar events in 3rd party servicesE.g. you take notes in a meeting and have noted down a few points that need further attention later. It has to be possible to mark those (circle/highlight certain areas on your note) and turn them into checklist items, create a reminder and/or add calendar events (in whatever service the user uses... iOS/iCloud, Google, ...)Presentation modeShare editable notes with other usersAn advanced and precise stylus with long battery life and an easily replaceable battery (like the Jot Script) that ideally will work on devices across multiple platformsSimilarly to adding checklist items, reminders and events, it should be possible to tag whole notes or certain parts of notes for better searchability in Evernote. Those tags should be invisible by default and only visible with a switch turned onEasy export and sharing of notes as PDF (and e.g. JPG) via standard device ways (message, mail, ...)Alternatively/additionally storing the notes in Dropbox, Onedrive and the likeCustomizeable handwriting capture and auto advance when in Zoom modeI personally prefer the implementation in GoodNotes, but others might prefer the Penultimate way of automatic sideway scrolling of the paperFast access to basic writing tools (colour, thickness, erase)Geometric drawing assistant like in GoodNotes that helps to easily draw shapes and linesGood embedding of additional content (capture from camera, voice notes, photos from library, PDFs or other files from other apps on the device or in cloud storage, eventually Microsoft Visio Stencils)Automatic backup of settingsWhen writing music sheets, sound preview of drawn musical notes... Why I wrote this? A couple of days I got my Jot Script and started to try out first Penultimate and was disappointed, then spent some money on the Appstore for the other apps and was disappointed by the overall functionality of the combined solution. Was hoping to make my life easier, especially at work, but what's out there just doesn't do that yet...